$25,000 Reward Offered For Info Leading to Capture of Cohoes Man


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A $25,000 reward is being offered for information that helps lead to the capture of a Cohoes man who is wanted for his alleged role in his infant son's death.

Anthony Ojeda is considered one of the Top 15 fugitives in the country after being accused of not getting six-week-old Eli Ojeda-Harmon the proper medical help after the child ingested meth in 2019.

Ojeda and his husband, 32-year-old Neil Garzon, were indicted in connection with the case but did not show up for two court appearances last August. It's believed the men are together and were last seen in Kansas a few months ago.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact the U.S. Marshal's Service.


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